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At Kellstadt, you'll have access to a range of resources that will help you as you move through your graduate program. Check out some of the resources most commonly used by Kellstadt students below.
Campus Connect is a portal that provides access to many of DePaul's essential services. This is where you add/drop classes, update your demographic profile, change passwords and more.
Learn how to register for classes
Log into Campus Connect
Within Campus Connect, you can indicate your preferred email address. All email from DePaul will be sent to this address. If your email changes, or you would prefer to use a different email address, you can do so by navigating through:
Self Service > Personal Information > Email Addresses.
Several tasks can be accomplished via Campus Connect, including:
As a graduate student, you're entitled to a free Office 365 for Education email account. Click here for step-by-step instructions on activiating your account, support services and frequently asked questions.
Enrich your learning by taking advantage of the DePaul University Library, which is offered on both the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses as well as online.
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You'll use Desire2Learn (D2L), a learning management system, to view content for all of your courses. The platform also allows you to collaborate and communicate with other students and faculty.
You'll access D2L with the same username and password as Campus Connect.
Wireless internet is available on all DePaul campuses. There are wireless access points installed in all DePaul buildings, and wireless is accessible from most DePaul classrooms and labs.
DePaul has four WiFi networks:
This is the preferred network, with the fastest speeds and best security. You connect with your Campus Connect username and password.
This network is for “legacy” devices that cannot connect to depaulsecure.
Visitors and guests can access wireless through the “depaul-guest” network. Visitors can request wireless access through a DePaul sponsor (a DePaul faculty or staff member).
Eduroam (educationroaming) is the secure worldwide federated network access service developed for the international research and education community.
For more information about DePaul wireless networks, click here.
As a DePaul student, you have free access to Box —an unlimited cloud file storage and collaboration service that provides convenience to group projects and coursework.
Get access to Box
As a DePaul student, you have access to a variety of software titles and can purchase or lease discounted software via Kivuto web store.
Your Campus Connect credentials provide you with free, unlimted access to Lynda.com training and tutorials, which cover the latest software, creative and business skills. Taught by accomplished teachers and recognized industry experts, Lynda.com is a high-quality resource for students looking to develop skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Mac & Windows, SPSS, Tableau, databases, web design, social media, photography, audio & video, design, animation, business and a wide range of other topics.
Log into Lynda.com
iDePaul is the university-wide smartphone application that you can use to access your class schedule, find a professor’s contact information, remind you when tuition is due, view campus maps, read university news and browse a calendar of upcoming campus events.
DePaul offers technology services that support laptops, phones and other personal electronic devices as well as immediate help for other issues through the Help Desk.
Learn about technology support services